Just a girl taking the time to observe basic human behavior that is misunderstood. I hope to be able to take the conflict in daily atmospheres and explain it in a way that is most entertaining to myself.
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Saturday, November 13, 2010
Century Long Mystery Solved!
Have no fear!…the answer to the age long question we’ve all been asking ourselves is finally answered. Cats lap up 3/100ths of a tsp. of milk with each lap. And if that just isn’t enough to satisfy your quest for kitty knowledge, then go grab yourself a copy of today’s (yesterday's. Sorry. The nice lady took precedence over cats. It's all over the web, though.) New York Times for the five step photo rendition as a cat “lightly touches the surface (of the milk) with the smooth tip of its tongue.” These are some quality photos, not at all disgusting in their depiction of milk drooling back out of the cat’s mouth. But wait…I thought we weren’t supposed to give cats milk. Now you’re just confusing me New York Times, with your highly sophisticated animal studies.